Your in a bad State to do mobile notaries...I think they hate notaries there. On 32 cents per mile to cover travel...wow.
Stick with loan signings only in that state.
Also be aware, the loan signing customer may be able to back at your for a refund. Read this from Gov. of Nebraska:
The Nebraska Secretary of State’s Office urges notaries to exercise caution in considering these signing agent or mobile notary offers.
If a bank or mortgage company wants to employ a notary to perform notary services, act as a “signing agent” or “mobile notary officer” and wants to pay more than the statutory rate, that is up to them. However, the fee a notary may charge for their services is set forth in state law as described above. Neither the notary nor a third party charging notary fees as part of the services they provide should exceed the statutory fees in charging for notary services.
Example: an itemized loan closing statement should not list “notary fees” at $125, unless notary services provided at the statutory rate, plus mileage at the statutory rate, equal $125.